- File Size: 753 KB
- Print Length: 192 pages
- Publisher: Harlequin Romance Classic (March 15, 2014)
- Publication Date: March 15, 2014
- Sold by: Harlequin Digital Sales Corp.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00IGLRY0O
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #551,353 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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THE SHEIKH'S BRIDE Kindle Edition
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I absolutely loved Leonara (aka Leo) as the main female lead. I have two words to describe her: fiery and vulnerable.
Her fiery side manifests itself at the most interesting of moments. Yet, beneath that fire, is a vulnerable young woman, uncomfortable in her own skin. This makes for an interesting contrast to the male lead, Amer.
Amer is a confident, albeit, jaded desert sheikh who can't resist a challenge. And boy isn't he in for one when he meets Leonara.
The pacing and the sparks in this novel were well-written and kept me glued to the book. I happily finished this one and will be hunting for more by this author.
Would I recommend this book? Yes!
I liked Leonora because she drove Alik crazy and she didn't let him control her or defeat her. She was really feisty but towards the end, I didn't like her as much because she became a little bit too much. One thing I don't understand is that how Leonora could stand up to a Sheikh but she couldn't stand up to her father. Her father was over-bearing and he pushed Leonora around and she didn't even do anything about it. That got me so mad.
Together Leonora and Alik are very comical. Alik expects people to obey him but Leonora don't even care and does whatever she wants and doesn't play into his hands. Which was one of the reasons I loved her so much.
THE SHEIKH'S BRIDE is not your typical romance, where all the characters are beautiful and sophisicated. A delight and a good read!
^_^ ~ Izzy
Amer El Barbary is a sheikh after my own heart -- a sort of Spencer Tracy sheikh who can use his wit as well as his royal blood and billions of bucks to woe and win the heroine. He's a sheikh with a sense of his own power -- and thus he can be arrogant -- but it's never a condescending arrogance. He knows who he is -- a powerful, clever, intelligent, handsome man -- and in Leo, the heroine, he meets his match.
Sophie Weston, always a terrific writer, outdoes herself here. She brings Amer and Leo to life so vividly that I was enchanted from the start and I read the book cover to cover in one sitting. And when I was done, I wanted to go back and start all over again. I'm keeping this book as an oasis, to be dipped into for instant refreshment whenever the deserts of life get a little too gritty.
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